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November 30, 2007

Active Query Builder WinForms Edition v.

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder WinForms Edition v.

+ The new UniversalMetadataProvider is added. This metadata provider may
  operate with any valid Connection object, no matter what ADO.NET data provider
  you use. 
  Please note that this metadata provider is unable to retrieve metadata objects 
  from the connection, because implementation of DbConnection.GetSchema()
  significantly differs for every ADO.NET data provider. Thus you need to use it
  together with specific syntax providers that are able to retrieve metadata
  objects via SQL queries. At the moment, UniversalMetadataProvider is operable
  with DB2, Firebird, Informix, MSSQL, Oracle and PostgreSQL syntax providers
= DB2 syntax provider is improved for compatibility with AS/400 machines.
+ It's now possible to operate criteria list control rows with the keyboard:
  Alt-Up (move up), Alt-Down (move down), Alt-Delete (remove), Alt-Insert
  (insert empty row).
= Row headers column is added to the criteria list control.
- Orphaned union navbar buttons are eliminated.
- Criteria list control rows do not properly updated their status when moved up
  or down. Fixed now.
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